50 Watts Incandescent Lamp, PAR36, Screw Terminals, 330 Lumens, 3000K Bulb Color Temp.
- Item# 4V564
- Mfr. Model# 50PAR36/WFL
- Catalog Page# 514
- UNSPSC# 39101612
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- Item Incandescent Lamp
- Overall Bulb Shape PAR
- Bulb Shape PAR36
- Watts 50
- Bulb Base Type Screw Terminals
- Lumens 330
- Bulb Finish Clear
- Bulb Color Temp. 3000K
- Bulb Technology Incandescent
- Voltage 12
- Shatter-Resistant No
- Bulb Designation 50PAR36/WFL
- Light Appearance 3000 to 3999K, Warm White
- Bulb Type Reflector
- Dimmable Yes
- Bulb Primary Application General Purpose
- Light Distribution Wide Flood
- Max. Overall Bulb Length 8-13/16"
- Light Bulb Dia. 4-1/2"
- Average Bulb Life 2000 hr.
- Standards Meets 2012 Lighting Legislation Energy
Compliance and Restrictions
Meets U.S. Federal minimum energy-efficiency standards (Circle E).
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